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Asa Martin And His Kentucky Hillbillies - Low And Blue / Jennie Barn Bound album mp3

Asa Martin And His Kentucky Hillbillies - Low And Blue / Jennie Barn Bound album mp3
Performer:
Asa Martin And His Kentucky Hillbillies
Album:
Low And Blue / Jennie Barn Bound
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Both sides recorded 10 November 1938 in Columbia, SC. Side A matrix no. SC-131-1. Side B matrix no. SC-133-1. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout): SC 131 1-2.

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Companies, etc. Record Company – Brunswick Record Corporation. Matrix, Runout (Side B runout): SC 133 1-2. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): SC 131. Matrix, Runout (Side B label): SC 133. Asa Martin And His Kentucky Hillbillies - Low And Blue, Jennie Barn Bound DOWNLOAD. Related music albums: Asa Martin And James Roberts - Darling Nellie Gray, Sunny Tennessee. Renfro Valley Boys - My Renfro Valley Home, The Old Grey Goose Is Dead. J. H. Howell's Carolina Hillbillies - Mollie Married A Travelin' Man, Girl.

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Asa F. Martin (June 25, 1900 – August 15, 1979) was an American old time musician, singer and guitarist who made many recordings during the 1920s and 1930s and was closely associated with renowned fiddle player Doc Roberts, for whom he played rhythm guitar. In turn, Roberts frequently played mandolin on Martin's recordings; Roberts' son James also sang duets with Martin under the name "Doc Roberts Trio".

Martin, Asa; and the Kentucky Hillbillies Appearance as principal performer. Lonesome, Broke and Weary, White Country Blues, 1926-38 - A Lighter Shade of Blue. Vol. 2, Columbia Legacy CT 47921, Cas (1993), trk 10. Martin, Ashley Side Performer Appearance. Martin, Mac Side Performer Appearance. Martin, Mac; and the Dixie Travellers, Dixie Bound, County 743 (1974). Martin, Mac; and the Dixie Travellers Appearance as principal performer. Alcatraz Blues, Dixie Bound, County 743, LP (1974), trk Dixie Bound, Dixie Bound, County 743, LP (1974), trk Does It Have to End This Way, Dixie Bound, County 743, LP (1974), trk Faded Rose and a Broken Heart, Dixie Bound, County 743, LP (1974), trk. Massey, Dad; and his Family - Use The Westerners. Massey, Dott - Use Massey, Curt. Massey, Guy - Use Dalhart, Vernon.

The Notting Hillbillies. Following the incredible success of the Dire Straits’ Brothers In Arms album and tour, Mark Knopfler was looking for a change of pace. Mark formed the country outfit The Notting Hillbillies with old friends Steve Phillips, Brendan Croker and Guy Fletcher. Rounding out the line-up were Ed Bicknell on drums, Marcus Cliffe on bass and Paul Franklin on steel guitar. The Notting Hillbillies decided on that moniker, since they recorded their songs at a studio in the London neighbourhood of Notting Hill. Despite the fact that the players had returned to their own projects by the time the album was released, Missin. as still a big success. In March 1990, it made it to the position on the UK album charts, while stateside, it charted at on The Billboard 200. The single ‘Your Own Sweet Way’, which was composed by Mark, peaked at on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart.

Tracklist

A Low And Blue
B Jennie Barn Bound

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Brunswick Record Corporation

Credits

  • Fiddle [Uncredited] – Joe Dedry
  • Vocals, Guitar [Uncredited] – Asa Martin, Don Weston

Notes

Sides A & B: credit role of harmonica by either Asa Martin or Glen Carpenter.

Both sides recorded 10 November 1938 in Columbia, SC.

Side A matrix no. SC-131-1.
Side B matrix no. SC-133-1.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): SC 131 1-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): SC 133 1-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): SC 131
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): SC 133